Word on the street this afternoon is that Samsung will be unveiling yet another Android-based tablet at their May 3 Unpacked event. According to “sources familiar with the matter”, Samsung is readying a dual-core Galaxy Tab with a 10.1-inch display. And no, this is not the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 — that’s said to be getting tweaked to include quad-core CPU before it arrives.
As to what this device will be and what’s it’s called remains to be seen, however this will probably lead to confusion among consumers. When it’s all said and done, we’re hoping for a low-cost alternative to lesser known brands.
Also rumored to be on the agenda for May 3rd is a Samsung cloud service for file storage. Much like Apple has with their iCloud service, Samsung would allow for users to back up files with a minimum of 5GB of storage. It’s unclear as to whether additional, larger options will be available at a premium however we’d certainly hope so. While nothing has been outlined in an official capacity, it’s suggested that Samsung’s service would not limit the types of files backed up, opening the door to more than just photos and videos.
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